National Weather Service forecasters are asking residents in the D.C. area to be vigilant as storms rumble through the area Sunday night. Storms will continue into the plains tonight where additional heavy rains are possible through midnight, especially towards the Nebraska/Kansas border. "The chance of rain is highest late in the afternoon and evening". The overnight low is expected to be near 60.
"The clouds take over again Friday afternoon", Lessor said. Drier air will try to move into areas west of New York City on Thursday, and this will tend to limit shower activity to a more scattered variety by then.
The flood watch extends into Wednesday, and until it expires, drivers should be alert to the possibility of high water in some places due to consistent rain and storms.
WOODLAND PARK: High - 71; Low - 48.
The rain on Wednesday poses the greatest risk for flooding. Storms will probably pack quite a bit of lightning, so keep that in mind if you're outside when they start. The silver lining to today is that daytime highs will only reach the low 80s.
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The National Weather Service issued warnings of strong to severe thunderstorms in various areas of Western and Central Massachusetts. Storms will push southeast into the early evening. Temperatures will crest in the lower and middle 80s amid south breezes of 10 to 20 miles per hour. We are already waking up to widespread rain and storms this morning which will continue into the day.
"We could see some downed trees or some localized flooding in areas", said Wilmoth.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High - 80s; Low - 50s. Flooding along the Spring burn scar looks possible. He predicts a short parting of the storm Thursday afternoon.
One of the biggest concerns during the heaviest rain would be the potential for flooded roads.